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The Effect of “Brexit” on UK Public Procurement Legislation and the Application Of EU State Aid Rules in the UK

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By Totis Kotsonis, Eversheds LLP This article considers issues concerning the extent to which the UK’s exit from the European Union might lead to changes in domestic procurement legislation, and whether, post-Brexit, restrictions on government subsidies might continue to apply.

The Construction Industry and the Call for Concerted Action

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By Júlio César Bueno, Pinheiro Neto Advogados In this article, Júlio César Bueno explores the issue of corruption throughout the international construction industry. He highlights not only the current problems that the industry faces, but also the way in which it can progress and move towards a future of transparency and good governance. 

Government Contracts 2016: Discussion

Who’s Who Legal brings together Hans-Joachim Prieß and Anna Ulfsdotter Forssell to discuss key issues facing government contract lawyers today, including recent legislative changes, the key forces driving market activity, and the ever-changing landscape of the legal market. 

Delayed Verification of Pre-Qualification and Exclusion Criteria

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By Anna-Marie Curran, A&L Goodbody An in-depth look and assessment of the impact of the EU’s Directive 2014/24/EU on Public Procurement, concerning tender processes and the awarding of government contracts by member states.

Introducing Consulting Experts 2016

We are delighted to present the first edition of WWL: Consulting Experts, a one-of-a-kind guide to the leading consulting experts across the globe.

Taxation Systems: Finding Equilibrium Between State and the Market Forces

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By Silvio Simonaggio, Simonaggio Certeza Técnica

Mexican Federal Law of Environmental Responsibility

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By Sergio B Bustamante, Counselors International Abogados Mexico has assumed several international commitments in relation to the establishment of domestic legislation regarding liability arising from damage caused to the environment.

Environmental Risk & Enforcement: A New Playing Field

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By Doug Bryden, Travers Smith Environmental issues have always been a key operational/facility-level consideration for any major business. However, they have increasingly become a “board level” issue as awareness of the risks in this area grows and regulatory controls become more governance-focused.

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